In an interview with The New Republic, Monday, Jan. 28, Obama said he is "struggling" with the decision to intervene or not the United States to Syria. "In a situation like that of Syria, I have to ask:" Can we make a difference? "He says.
The U.S. President said that having to make fair decisions, hoping to at the end of his second term look behind him and to say he has done more good choices than bad.
"A military intervention would have an impact How would it affect our ability to support our troops are still in Afghanistan? What are the consequences of our involvement on the ground? Could it increase further violence or trigger the use of chemical weapons? What does the best prospect for a post-Assad, and how is what I consider the tens of thousands of people were killed in Syria against the tens of thousands that are being killed Congo? "asked he.
"And I am constantly faced with the question of where and when the United States should intervene or act to advance our national interest to advance our security, and that it meets our highest ideals and our sense of humanity. "
"And while I'm struggling with these decisions, I keep in mind probably more than any other, not only our incredible strengths and abilities, but also our limitations," he says.
More than 60,000 people have died in Syria, according to the UN, since the beginning of the uprising in March 2011, which turned into an armed conflict against the crackdown by the regime. Nearly 600,000 Syrians out of a total of some 2 million displaced have fled to neighboring countries, most of them living in camps. Four million Syrians need emergency aid, the UN says.
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